According to one draft expert, it could be a sad summer for Michigan basketball fans.
SheridanHoops.com had Trey Burke and Glenn Robinson III rated as lottery prospects before the NCAA tournament even started, but after the first weekend, they have an even better opinion about Michigan's future NBA players.
With Burke having to deal with Nate Wolters and VCU's high-pressure defense, draft expert Joe Kotoch thinks Robinson and Tim Hardaway Jr. both helped their pro prospects in Michigan's lopsided wins.
"Robinson is not playing like a freshman so far in the tournament," he writes. "Averaging over 17.5 ppg and shooting nearly 80, Robinson has an outside chance to be a lottery pick and if he continues to play like he has it would not be a surprise to see him be the first Wolverine selected in the draft, presuming he declares."
That's an overreaction to two games, as opposed to an entire season where Robinson disappeared for much of Big Ten play. However, even if most teams would t...